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Winter Plan Your Month

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Hello, lovely Lakers!

Lakeside Restaurant is winding down for the winter. Starting January 30, 2023, ordering from the menu Friday – Sunday will pause for the winter season. The venue remains open to host both community and private events. The Pub also continues to buzz with plenty of activities. Take a look!

Jan. 18: Matthew O’Donnell provides live music on Irish Wednesday, 5:30 – 7:30 PM at The Pub (Fairway Clubhouse at 51 Bunker Blvd.). Call 434-591-0106 to reserve!

Jan. 19: This month’s Wine Dinner features New Orleans Gumbo from 6 – 9 PM. There are just a few spots left. Make a reservation HERE 

Jan. 20: Enjoy the jazz duo Stephanie Nakasian and Karl at The Pub from 6:30-8:30 PM. 

Jan. 21: “Kids @ The Pub” Children can serve their families breakfast at The Pub. At 10 AM, kids 5-13 years old can be dropped off for a short training after which they will wait on their families. This costs $20 per person. Reservations are required. Find all the details HERE

Jan. 21: TheChickenheads Band will play at the Ashlawn Clubhouse (41 Ashlawn Blvd.) from 6 – 8:30 PM. For $28, guests enjoy live music and a southern-style Grilled BBQ Chicken Buffet. Check out the full menu HERE

Jan. 24: Robbie Burns Supper at Lakeside Restaurant (41 Ashlawn Blvd.) with scotch tastings at 5:30 PM and dinner at 6 PM. $35 per person. If you don’t know what a Robbie Burns Supper is, you are missing a fun tradition. All around the world, people hold these events in celebration of the Scottish poet featuring haggis, poetry reading, and live bagpipe music. Reserve HERE

Jan. 26: Regular Board Meeting at the fairway Clubhouse, 7 PM. 

Jan. 27: South Canal Street is an old-school rock band playing at The Pub from 6 – 9 PM. There is a $10 cover charge.

Sneak Peek at February!

Feb. 1: Dancers from Blue Ridge Irish Music School share the stage with Matthew O’Donnell at 5:30 PM.

Feb. 1: Please note, the Board & Committee Chair’s Work Session is postponed to Wednesday, March 1. The Board of Directors (BOD) plans to meet with our Committee Chairs at the Fairway Clubhouse (time TBD) to align goals and set expectations for 2023. Committee volunteers assist the BOD by serving either an operating or advisory role for the benefit of the community. Often, they gather information, assess problems, and recommend solutions to the Board. Our residents can attend the work session on March 1, which is a great way to learn more about our committees and their charters. 

Feb. 3: F.O.G. (Four Old Guys) plays classic rock at The Pub from 6:30 – 9 PM. There is a $5 cover charge.

Feb. 3: Members in Good Standing can pick up a Board Candidate Petition Packet and/or Member Proposal Packet at the Main Desk, 41 Ashlawn Blvd. Collect 150 signatures from Members in Good Standing to run for the LMOA Board or Directors or propose rule changes. Contact Karis Rivera for more info: krivera@lmoa.org

Feb. 4: Italian Night at Lakeside Restaurant, details to come!

Feb. 9: Wine Dinner Lakeside. Reserve HERE!

Feb. 10: Bob & Kenn Duo play live at The Pub from 6:30 – 8:30 PM, no cover.

Feb. 14: Valentine’s Dinner at Lakeside Restaurant. Reserve HERE!

Feb. 17: Bill Adams Trio play live at The Pub from 6:30 – 8:30 PM, no cover.

Feb. 21: Beads, Live Cajun Music, and Hurricanes! Celebrate MARDI GRAS at The Pub 5:30-8:30 PM.

Feb. 24: Classic Road Band plays live at The Pub from 6:30 – 8:30 PM, no cover.

Feb. 25: The New Outliers Band will play at Lakeside Restaurant. Save the date!

More to Look Forward to:

Brunch by the Piano: The Pub is open every Sunday for brunch from 9 AM – 2 PM. Enjoy Sammy Horn’s piano playing from 10 AM – 1 PM. 

Lake Monticello Board Game Club: They are back! If you love playing board games with your neighbors, you are going to love this club. They meet tomorrow night and every first and third Saturday of the month in the Terrace Rooms which are downstairs in the Ashlawn Clubhouse.

Trivia on Tuesdays is back, now using the Geeks Who Drink format. Call 434-591-0106 to reserve. 

Happy Face Committee: The Fluvanna Christian Service Society’s Happy Face Project thanks everyone who placed food, money, toys, books, games, winter coats, or pajamas in the collection box at the LMOA Main Office or elsewhere in the County during the holiday season. Thanks to your generosity, some 150 children and 70 families were helped and 30 senior citizens also received food packages and gifts. 

Have fun planning!

Best Regards,

Marieke Henry
Communications Director

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